Sleek, stylish and sporty, the 2015 Ford Fusion is the mid-size sedan that's turning heads all over Newberry and Trenton. This cutting-edge car is as luxurious as its more expensive counterparts and won't break the bank. Plattner's Chiefland Ford in Chiefland, FL, invites you to come browse our selection of Ford Fusions in stock. We're sure to have one that suits all your needs, so let's take one for a spin and send you home in a 2015 Ford Fusion before the day is done!
Time to discover how the 2015 Ford Fusion competes against the Honda Accord.
The 2015 Ford Fusion proves its prowess with three engine choices - a 2.5L I4 with 175 hp, a 1.5L EcoBoost I4 with 181 hp, and a 2.0L I4 EcoBoost with 240 hp. All are coupled with a 6-speed SelectShift automatic transmission and the 2.0L I-4 EcoBoost adds paddle shifters to enhance your driving experience. And the SE and Titanium trims offer optional AWD for additional traction. In comparison, the Honda Accord offers two engines -- a 2.4L I4 with 185 horses and a 3.5L V6 with 278 horses of power. A 6-speed manual transmission is standard on lower models, and either a CVT or 6-speed automatic is standard on upper models or optional on the lower trims, but no AWD is available at all. There's no question these cars are neck and neck, with the Accord slightly more powerful but the 2015 Ford Fusion offering more engine choices and AWD.
Not that you'd ever expect your new car to break down, but you'll get more peace of mind with the 2015 Ford Fusion than you will in the Accord. While both come with a 3-year/36,000 basic warranty, the 2015 Ford Fusion zooms past the Accord with Roadside Assistance coverage, offering a 5-year/60,000 mile warranty vs. the Accord's 3-year/36,000 mile coverage.
You'll probably be planning to spend a lot of time in your new sedan, so you want to be as comfortable as possible. You will in the 2015 Ford Fusion, which offers front legroom for you to stretch out with 44.3 inches vs. the Accord's 42.5 inches. And rear headroom is more generous in the 2015 Ford Fusion with 37.8 inches vs. 37.5 in the Accord. While that might seem slight, every inch -- or portion of an inch -- matters when you're tall!